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CSPAN
Feb 23, 2012 6:00pm EST
the role their countries are playing in the global economic recovery. >> new york governor andrew cuomo delivered his second state of the state address at the empire state plaza convention center in albany in january. the governor reviewed 2011 and released his agenda to boost new york's economy during his second year in office. he announced plans for the nation's largest convention center in new york city, a $1 billion jobs initiative for the city of buffalo plans to repair 2,000 miles of bridges and roads. his speech is about an hour. >> thank you. thank you very much. thank you. thank you, thank you, thank you. happy new year, new york. it is going to be a good one. 1st lt. governor bob duffy, isn't he great just listening to the lieutenant governor? he is when we started the administration, we has three call words, performance, integrity, pride that you see behind me. bob is the personification of that. he was a great, great mayor. of the sti -- city of rochester. he's been a phenomenal lieutenant governor. he's been everywhere. he's truly a superstar. our great controller who a rea
CSPAN
Feb 18, 2012 6:00pm EST
of newspaper editors. it was co-hosted by the historical society of the courts of the state of new york. and new york state archives partnership trust. it's an hour and a half. >> thank you, judge. i have a feeling if i say thank you, judge, i'll get a you're welcome from 2/3 of the audience. it's daunting. but i've never spoken to a crowd of so many attorneys in my life. there's several i want to acknowledge, my daughter meg who is an attorney is here today. my cousin new york state inspector general ellen biben is here today. my old friend judge gene nardelli is here today. and it's wonderful to see all of you. one other person i want to mention because the subject for this evening is freedom of the press as you know. there is someone in this room who is actually a living hero of the fight for freedom of the press. formally of the "new york times." i just want to introduce and i know you'll all know her and the case judith miller. i want to start with the end of the war, not the beginning. with lincoln's second inaugural address which is most famous as you all know for its closing wor
CSPAN
Feb 19, 2012 11:00am EST
-hosted by historical society of the courts of the state of new york and new york state archives' partnership trust. it's an hour and a half. >> i've never spoken to a crowd of so many attorneys in my entire life. there are several that i want to acknowledge. my daughter, meg, who is an attorney is here today. inspector state general ellen biben is here today. my old friend judge gene nardelli is here. we could go on forever. it's wonderful to see all of you. one other person i want to mention because the subject for this weekend is freedom of the press, as you know. someone in this room who is actually a living hero of the fight for freedom of the press. formally of "the new york times." i just want to introduce -- i know you all know her and the case, judith miller. i want to start with the end of the war, not the beginning with lincoln's second inaugural address. speech was only nine minutes long but i would venture to say that it ended so memorably that even after that brief time lapse, people had forgotten the beginning of the speech. and at the beginning of that address, lincoln launched into a r
CSPAN
Feb 18, 2012 10:00pm EST
the civil war and suspension of habeus corpus. this speech was delivered at the new york city bar association and was cohosted by the historical society of the courts of the state of new york and new york archives partnership trust. it's an hour and a half. [ applause ] >>> thank you, judge. i have a feeling if i say thank you, judge, i'll get a you're welcome from two-thirds of the audience. it's daunting. but i've never spoke ton a crowd of so many attorneys in my entire life. there are several that i want to acknowledge. my daughter meg who is an attorney is here today. [ applause ] >> my cousin, new york state inspector general ellen biben is here today. [ applause ] >> my old friend judge gene odelli is here today. we could go on forever. it's wonderful to see all of you. one other person i want to mention, the subject for this evening is freedom of the press as you know. there is someone in this room who is actually a living hero of the fight for freedom of the press. formerly of the "new york times." i just want to introduce and i know you'll all know her and the case, judi
ABC
Feb 6, 2012 4:00am EST
. i'm rob nelson. >> and i'm tanya rivero. paula faris is on assignment. >> new york will honor the giants tomorrow with a ticker tape parade for the winners of super bowl xlvi. >> oh, what a game. it came down to the very last play in a celebration. eli manning with the lombardi trophy on the home field of his brother peyton. >> tahman bradley has all the reaction from the big game. good morning. >> reporter: they did it again. the new york giants knocked off the mighty new england patriots. >> the new york giants given last rites by many in december are the super bowl champs in february. >> reporter: there's something about this giants team, they know how to beat new england. new york captured its second improbable super bowl. >> this is amazing. >> reporter: eli manning does what he does best. the quarterback engineered another fourth quarter comeback. on the winning drive, manning completed five passes, none more spectacular than this grab by mario manningham. >> what a catch by manningham! >> reporter: for giants fans, complete jubilation. >> the new york giants have just w
SFGTV2
Feb 3, 2012 12:48am PST
of the beautiful gems that i found in new york in a yiddish archives it's been lost for so many years. i was lucky to perform it in new york for october for a big jewish audience and people fell in love with it. it's a true story and something that still exists now. this means god watches over -- this piece a girlfriend her boyfriend goes to war and she says, i was lucking to be in love for a little while. i had love and everything i could ever want and now he's off at war and i'm alone. and i don't know what will happen after this. will he kill another mother's child. will i have to live with that? god watch over my belove ed and all the mother's sons. [music] [applause] >> so, not sure how much time we have left? keep going. all right. right? all right. so the next few pieces i wanted to tell you about. one is by [inaudible] and the other is by the same composer that did [inaudible] those conductors the father of russian music. know this song is not a song that was a yiddish it was a russian song and translated to yiddish because people loved it so much when they immigrated to new york it becam
ABC
Feb 6, 2012 4:30am EST
in a high-profile murder case involving two of virginia students. >> the new york giants given last rites by many in december are the super bowl champions in february. >> for the second time in four years eli manning led his team to pick a victory in the nfl's biggest game but tonight was not without controversy during the halftime show. good morning, washington. it's monday, february 6. >> i am cynne simpson. thanks for waking up with us. probably a tough start for a lot of people. traffic and weather every ten minutes. first, meteorologist adam caskey. almost a full moon. >> a beautiful morning. there will be frost on the windshield early this morning. in west virginia and western maryland and valleys out west there is a dense fog advisory. 27 degrees in frederick, 28 in hagerstown. dulles airport, 25. 30 at martinsburg. a lot of sunshine today. warmer than yesterday, rising to the impact low 50's. very pleasant. tomorrow we will start the day around freezing, rising into the mid to upper 50's by tomorrow afternoon. pretty straightforward, a lot of sunshine for the rest of the week exc
CSPAN
Feb 24, 2012 9:00pm EST
owned a paper in indiana. here in new york, in albany, publisher thoroughly low weed was also the president of the republican party. horace greeley aspired to the senate. and "the new york times" was founded by the speaker of our state assembly. now think about that for a minute. when i suggested at a recent book party at "the new york times," no less, that this was a bit like shelley silver owning today's "new york times," our host, arthur salzburger jr. shouted out n the back "the party is over." it's alien to our culture today. here is another. the most anti-lincoln most racist paper in new york was the daily news, no relation to today's daily news. if lincoln became president, it warned in one particularly vile article in 1860, we shall find negroes among us swarming everywhere. typical rant of the era. he was the brother of the mayor of new york city. so think about that. that's as if marjorie tiven, who is mayor bloomberg's sister and serves as the commissioner for protocol instead had beaten out jill abramson for the job of editor of "the new york times." it's totally a
CSPAN
Feb 23, 2012 6:30pm EST
to new york city five times. we're going to finance upgrades to 90 municipal water systems, improve 48 state parks and historic sites that are visited by 47 million people per year. and hurricane irene and storm lee repair 114 flood control projects all across this state. we need power to power our economic growth. let's build an energy highway system that doesn't exist now. we have supply of power in northern new york. quebec. we have power supply in western new york. we have a tremendous need for power in downstate new york. let's connect the dots. let's connect the supply dots to the need. what eisenhower did the '50s by building an interstate system is what this energy highway can be to the next generation. if we want the state to develop and we need the jobs and we need the businesses, we're going to need the power and this is the way we're going to do it. the state can master plan a system and issue an rfp will allow private sector companies to come in to bid it and build it. we believe they will finance it over a period of time, and we believe it can generate $2 billion in from
KRON
Feb 18, 2012 2:30pm PST
. the creator of the winning concept gets a $1,000 prize and a trip to new york city, where you'll work with a professional director and crew to turn your vision into a reality. for more information and an entry form, go to... light as ai. your mood and your makeup. makeup like you've never seen before. new revlon® photoready airbrush™ mousse make up. unique air-infused mousse formula blends easily for a smooth, poreless, airbrushed finish. >> it's rich in history and host to more than half-a-million visitors each day. kristen gives us an insider's tour of one of new york's most magnificent landmarks. [ loudspeaker chatter ] >> welcome to grand central terminal, the busiest train station in the country. >> grand central was built because there was a new technology in the mid-1800s, which was trains. [ train whistle blows ] and it was rapidly replacing the earlier modes of transportation. in order to understand theation. importance of grand central, you have to understand the importance of the railroads to the united states and to the world at that time. before the railroads came alon
PBS
Feb 14, 2012 12:00am PST
>> rose: welcome to our program. we begin this evening with the commissioner of the new york police department, ray kelly. >> so if you talk about legacy, this city has come so far from what we were faced with on january 1st of 2002. it is much safer. the feeling of safety is there, our department, police department is much more diverse. we have add add tremendous amount of technology andxd capability. i would submit to you that, and i have been around the department a long type, that our relationship with the many, many communities in new york, the most diverse in any world are better now than they have ever been. >> rose: we conclude this evening with the appreciation of whitney houston, who died in los angeles at age 48, joining me, can dab yen snim of billboard and jon pareles of "the new york times". >> when you heard her sing you went over there to turn up the volume, when her song came on the radio you stay in the car after you park until she finished. i mean, all you have to do is look at the star-spangled banner, super bowl 25, i have never seen that sung more nonchalantly,
SFGTV2
Feb 27, 2012 3:30am PST
my brothers and i were invited to perform in the presence in upstate new york for the holiday. it was not a big political thing. it was a holiday. we were just going to go and sing sing christmas carols, do some rap songs, whether we could do to cheer up the brothers that were locked up. we started to do it over and over again. it was only 10 years later and that we began to see ways to use that in a more pro-active way. we would come out of a nightclub in new york city, my brother, my cousin, and i. we had had some experience with the police harassing us on the streets. this particular night, somebody had gotten into a fight, we were probably the only black folks in a white neighborhood the party that they were at, they were playing salsa, marvin gaye, and we were hanging out after the birthday party. we got caught up in a situation where the police had been called for shots fired. we happened to be the only black people there, they got us and put us in jail. that was the first day that you mentioned. the long and short of it is, i was in my second year of law school at the t
CBS
Feb 15, 2012 4:30am EST
does the president's standing in the eyes of voters. a new cbs new york times poll shows mr. obama's overall approval rating reached 50%. that's the highest since may of 2010. there are signs of economic optimism. 75% say the economy is in bad shape, 34% say it's getting better. in november that number was just 18%. >>> the poll also shows president obama leading all of the republican candidates in the november election matchups. in the race for the gop nomination, rick santorum is now in the lead. the former pennsylvania senator pulled ahead of mitt romney thanks in large part to voters who want a candidate who represents their values. santorum us popularity grew last week when he went on the offensive against president obama. santorum attacked a white house mandate that faith-based institutions provide employees free access to birth control. in an interview with an evangelical blog last october, santorum called contraceptives dangerous and does not support any government policy that supports contraception or abortion. >> one of the things i will talk about, that the president has
CNBC
Feb 16, 2012 4:00pm EST
bell." i'm maria bartiromo, coming to you today live from the second market trading floor in new york city. coming up in the program, i'm getting the outlook for the private stock market when i speak to the founder and ceo barry silbert. we've got green arrows across the board as things close on wall street at 4:00. the market rallying sharply today after another batch of economic data that was enkoicoue encouraging. put all three major averages on pace to close higher for the week. an exclusive interview with terry duffy. we'll get his outlook for the exchange consolidation. also find out how getting a profitable and making money in the exchange has changed over the years. take a look how we finished the day on wall street. that was about 1%, 12,904, on volume of really anemic, under 800 million shares traded at the big board. nasdaq, the winner on the year, on the day as well. 1.5% higher, up about 13% in 2012. s&p 500 up 15 points today, better than 1%. settling out at 1358. let's get you to the man on the floor of the nyse, bob pisani. >> what an interesting day. let's put up the
MSNBC
Feb 7, 2012 11:00pm PST
in the courts. >>> plus, new york city's council speaker, christine quinn, is going to be here on the day the new york giants got their we won the super bowl ticker tape parade. >>> iraq veterans are asking why we can do this for football but not to welcome back the vets. but the other most powerful person in new york politics besides mayor bloomberg is christine quinn. and she says yes to the idea. and she's here tonight to talk about it. that's all ahead. >>> but first, it is now midnight here on the east coast. the voting has come to an end in minnesota, in colorado and in missouri. and it has been a very big night for, of all people, rick santorum. seriously. rick santorum is, at the moment, going for a clean sweep, trying for a clean sweep of the three states where republicans have been voting tonight. he's going to be the hat trick, and he's almost there. here are the latest results that we have at this hour. in the but because tonight's date is earlier than the republican party wanted it, missouri republicans are also going to hold a caucus next month. and that's the one that will
MSNBC
Feb 9, 2012 4:00am EST
. >>> getting permission to throw a parade for iraq war veterans, in new york means going through channels. one of those channels is assistant secretary of defense douglas wilson who joins us for the interview, straight ahead. [ male announcer ] what if an entire car insurance company was thought up and built and run to save people money? what if that company was born online, with tools and apps to make people feel like geniuses? and what if that company was now backed by the stability and reliability of allstate? well, what if that company was esurance and this wasn't just a bunch of hypothetical questions? could be cool-ish. esurance. insurance for the modern world. click or call. >>> four years ago last night, mitt romney quit. he dropped out of the race for the republican nomination for president. now, conservative world is giving him a happy anniversary present. that is coming up. >>> world war ii ended in europe when the nazis surrendered. the commander was dwight david eisenhower. when he came home in june, new york city threw a ticker tape parade to mark the end of the war in europe. on
CSPAN
Feb 18, 2012 7:00pm EST
, judge wesly, as a preeminent jurist, before that he'd been a member of our court, the new york court of appeals, a supervising judge in the state, the justice of the apell appellate division in new york and a graduate of cornell and hailing from livingston county, lavonia, actually. and when you're from hemloch, lovonia is the big apple. i got to know him before the new york court of appeals building was reconfigured. at the time we were the new kids on the block and on the third floor and the big shots, the important judges, the other five were on the second floor. we were up there on the third floor and i got to know him pretty well. and not only was he a great judge, saged, wise, hard-working, scholarly, but he left me with one thing i'll share with you that has resinated with me for a long, long time. every once in a while he'd say this maybe once a year or twice a year as we were going around the table, each of us giving our impression of a particular case, giving our input, seeing whether we agree and how the court breaks down and so forth. and once in a while it would sort of
CBS
Feb 15, 2012 4:00am PST
realm that is counter to what -- how things are supposed to be. >> the latest cbs news new york times poll shows that 61% of those asked believe religious employers should be required to cover contraception and catholics support the federal birth control mandate at the same rate as all-americans. >>> the state of virginia is on the verge of granting a law for personalized rights to fertilize eggs. the rights of persons apply the moment eggs and sperm unite. it's one of the strict he's anti-abortion laws in years. it's likely to pass the senate and virginia's governor says he will sign it. >>> in syria today, government forces kept up their bombardment of the city of homs rebel stronghold has gone on for nearly two weeks reportedly killing more than 400 people. video posted online shows smoke rising from a sunni muslim the attacks and a botched bombing in thailand yesterday. david martin has our report. >> a foot soldier in the covert war lay covered in soot and blood. it was the violent end of a botched terrorist operation in bangkok. it began with an explosion in this house which was
PBS
Feb 5, 2012 8:30am PST
with how to showcase the artwork of all latinos. with us today, the director of new york city's el museo del barrio, julian zugazagoitia. i'm maria hinojosa, this is one on one. julian zugazagoitia, nice to have you here as the director of el museo del barrio, from new york city. >> thank you for your invitation. >> hinojosa: so you are born in mexico city, then you spend about 20 years living in europe, and then in 1999, you come to new york to work at the guggenheim, and then you're named to head up this museum called el museo del barrio. >> correct. >> hinoja: so el meo del barrio started kind of as a puerto rican institution, very grass roots, very community-based... >> correct. >> hinojosa: ...and it's had to change its mission. >> we've had to more than change it. we have amplified its mission, so over the course of the last 40 years-- and it's... we're celebrating our 40th anniversary with a big expansion of el museo, a big renovation of el museo. and over the 40 years, what has changed is also the profile of the us as perhaps the most diverse latino country. >> hinojosa: becse ba
NBC
Feb 6, 2012 4:30am EST
>>> this morning on "early today," big blue deja vu. the new york giants celebrate a second super bowl victory over the new england patriots in four years. >>> tuesday tussle. republican presidential hopefuls set their sights on colorado and minnesota. >>> and crowning achievement. england's queen elizabeth celebrates 60 years on the throne. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> hello and good morning. i'm lynn berry, and today we begin with a giant win. the new york giants defeated the new england patriots last night at the super bowl in indianapolis right here on nbc . it was a thrilling game that was not decided until the game's very last play. here's nbc's mario solis. >>> good morning. four years ago the giants needed a remarkable catch and a late touchdown to beat the patriots to win the super bowl. last night it was deja vu all over again or should i say deja blue. super bowl xlvi went down to the while, giants trailing late in the fourth when eli manning hits mario manningham. somehow some way he makes the catch and stays inbound to keep the drive alive. that s
MSNBC
Feb 7, 2012 9:00pm PST
rights day dmourts. plus new york city's council speaker christine kwan is going to be here on the day the new york giants got the ticker tape parade. iraq veterans ask why we do this football and not to mark the enof the iraq war. so far michael bloomberg says no to the idea of the parade, but the most powerful person in new york politics is christine quinn, and she says yes to the idea. that's all ahead. it is midnight on the east coast. it's been a very big night for of all people rick santorum, seriously. rick santorum is at the moment going for a clean sweep, trying for a clean sweep of the three states where republicans with going tonight. he's going for the hat trick, and he's almost there. here are the latest results at this hour. in the great state of missouri nbc news has projected rick santorum is the winner of that state's nonbinding republican presidential primary. that's the good news for rick santorum there. he won missouri. winning missouri tonight is roughly meaningless because newt gingrich was not on the ballot. you see uncommitted there in fourth place. also because
MSNBC
Feb 8, 2012 1:00am PST
to talk to about it. >>> plus, new york city speaker christine quinn is here on the day the new york giants get their we won the super bowl particularer taip parade, i don't want to hear about it rob, i'm getting teased all day. >>> iraq veterans are looking at the parade and asking why we can do this for football but not mark the end of the iraq war and welcome home the troops. so far michael bloomberg says no to that idea but the other most powerful person in new york besides mayor bloomberg is christine quinn, she says she is for this idea. christine quinn will be joining us tonight. that is all coming up over the course of the hour. >>> but first, as ed mentioned, it is elect shun night again in america. sort of. bringing you results as they come t from the republican presidential primary in missouri, and from the republican presidential caucuses in minnesota and in colorado. at this hour, polls have closed >> conservatism is alive and well in missouri and minnesota. your votes today were not just heard loud and wide across the state of missouri and minnesota, but they were heard
MSNBC
Feb 17, 2012 2:30am PST
's get to the news live at 5:30 a.m. here at "30 rock" in new york city. two-time pulitzer prize winner anthony shadid died yesterday of an apparent asthma attack. he had been inside the country for a week reporting on the violent crackdown against opposition forces by syrian president. the assignment embodied his storied career of challenging and dangerous work from the streets of iraq to the arab uprisings in egypt and tunisia. he survived a bullet wound while reporting in the west bank once and a week-long kidnapping in libya just last year which he described on "morning joe" last year. >> i remember listening to people speaking arabic. and the one man did say shoot them. it felt like a minute to me elapsed but it was probably just a matter of seconds. as you pointed out he said, you can't. they're americans. why that would have necessarily saved us? the only thing that i can gather is that we were somehow worth something to them. one of the more disturbing moments was getting interrogated by our captors. he was asking me in arabic who you are, where did you come from. what are your
CBS
Feb 20, 2012 4:30am EST
killed. >>> john mccain tells the new york times he's in favor of arming the syrian opposition forces. speaking from afghanistan, mccain said i believe there are ways to get weapons to the opposition without direct united states involvement. the iranians and the russians are providing bashar assad with weapons. people that are being massacred deserve to have the ability to defend themselves. mccain said the u.s. could work through "third world countries" to arm opposition forces. >>> and a prison rye not mexico killed 44 inmates. dozens of family members stormed the gates trying to get information on the victims. the riot started yesterday. at a jailhouse near monterrey. between two rival drug cartels and covered a prison break. the director and the guards on duty have been detained. >>> take a quick break. a snowy tale of survival. plus nypd undercover. new questions over a far-reaching surveillance program aimed at fighting terrorism. this is the "cbs morning news." tingter rim. this is the "cbs morning news." . experience light and airy, melty bubbles. made from pure, delicious her
CSPAN
Feb 24, 2012 10:00pm EST
of the assembly in new york. a graduate of cornell, hailing from livingston county, lavonia actually. it's within lavonia, he's from hemlock and when you're from hemlock, lavonia is the big apple. so i got to know dick wesley when -- before the new york court of appeals building was reconfigured. at that time, we were the two new kids on the block and we were on the third floor and the other five were on the second floor. they're now all on the second floor. but i got to know him pretty well, and not only was he a great judge, sage, wise, hardworking, scholarly, but he left me with one thing i'll share with you, that has resonated with me for a long, long time. every once in a while he would say this, maybe once or twice a year as we were going around the table, each of us giving our impression of a particular case and giving our input, seeing what we agree and how the court breaks down and so forth. once in a while, dick would sort of hesitate and one of us would say, what is it, dick? he would say, i'm thinking about the people in the lavonia post office. what do you mean by that? he did not me
FOX News
Feb 20, 2012 2:00pm PST
:00 in new york city. this is "the five." ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: our top story today, rick santorum's controversial comments about president obama and theology. mr. santorum is getting heat after he said this. >> this is what the president said. it's not about you. it's not about you. it's not about your quality of life. it's not about your job. it's about some phony ideal, some phony theology. oh, not a theology, but a different theology. >> some people thought it was questioning the president's christianity. so santorum clarified remarks. >> i was talking about the radical environmentalists. that's why i was talking about energy. the idea that man is not, is here to serve the earth. as opposed to husband that resources and be good steward of the earth. i think that is a phony ideal. i don't believe that is what we're here to do. >> kimberly: did he cross the line? did he need to clarify it? >> dana: he thought he needed to clarify it. he did a fine job. it's much ado about nothing. there has been this, there has been not enough news apparently for into look at. you don't think so? >> greg: you're
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